Everything You Need to Promote the 2017 Mutual Theme

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Are you ready to get started with the new Mutual theme? I know some of you have already started using it in your activities and your planning. To make that easier, I put together a list of several different resources to help you find what you need.

Ways to Use the Theme

Sometimes all we need is some instruction on how to use the theme. For some ideas, check out the following articles:

9 Ways to Use the Mutual Theme

12 Ways to Use the Mutual Theme

6 Reasons Why I’m Using the Mutual Theme Videos in Class Presidency Meeting

Calendars

Every month, we put together a calendar with the activities for the month and other important dates. Hang a Ribbon on the Moon creates an editable calendar every year with the Mutual theme on it to make this easier on us!

Posters and Handouts

These bookmarks from LDS Bookstore could go in packets for new Beehives or be used as a birthday gift. Click here to buy now!

Life’s Journey to Perfection has a variety of posters that could be used for events like New Beginnings, Young Women in Excellence, Youth Conference and camp. She also has a calendar, newsletter template and conducting sheets to make those little housekeeping tasks easier!

This youth theme pack includes posters you and program covers you can use for events like Young Women in Excellence and New Beginnings, birthday cards and  binder covers.


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Pond’s Guide to Personal Progress has handouts for the Mutual theme in 8X10 and 4×6 size. You could use them as posters or insert the 4×6 size in packets for new Beehives or with a birthday gift!

LDS.org also has posters for the theme. You can find these in three sizes at the bottom of the Mutual theme page. 

Hang a Ribbon on the Moon has a really nice poster that makes me think of the Sacred Grove.

Music

LDS.org has sheet music for all of the music for the Mutual theme album.  Just scroll down to the bottom of the page.

 

Sara Lyn Baril also composed a song about the theme, called “Ask in Faith”.  She has a preview and you can get copies on her website.

Hilary Weeks has written a duet based on the theme, called “Ask in Faith”.  You can listen to it and get copies from The Redheaded Hostess. 

 

Printable Packs

The Redheaded Hostess has a Mutual theme pack that includes posters, a lesson to introduce the theme, bookmarks and printable decorations to help with events like Young Women in Excellence and New Beginnings.

T-shirt Designs

LDS.org also has a t-shirt design for making t-shirts for camp or youth conference. You could even make t-shirts for all of your youth for their birthday! This is also at the bottom of the Mutual theme page. 

 

Hang a Ribbon on the Moon also has a t-shirt design in her Etsy shop.

Other

John Bytheway has a new talk on CD about the Mutual theme titled “Ask of God”. You could use it as a back up plan for when an activity falls apart. Just add some popcorn!

 

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Get a 30-Day free trial to Deseret Bookshelf Plus and listen to Ask!

Hang a Ribbon on the Moon has circle logos and marker logos in several different styles and colors that could be used for posters, t-shirts or anything else you dream up!

Anthony Sweat also has a talk on CD titled, “If You Lack Wisdom, A.S.K.” You can preview it and download a copy from The Redheaded Hostess.

Didn’t find what you were looking for? Kim at Life’s Journey to Perfection also has a post with more Mutual theme resources. You should check that one out, too!

Now it’s your turn. Are there any amazing Mutual theme resources I left out? Please share in the comments! 

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